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the counties in orange, newt gingrich won the ones in red. do you see that? look closer. they totally saw it. it's a giraffe! best new thing in the world today. you are grounded, staffers. this photo of mitt romney in iowa in october 2007 is the greatest campaign trail photo of modern times. in 2008 the gettings were so good in terms of campaign photos that the famous romney fudge photo even had a close second runner-up with this one, right? remember this one? i still have no idea what was going on in this picture. between our winner and first runner-up, obviously, 2008 will never be surpassed in terms of genius photos from the presidential campaign trail. that doesn't mean we're not looking for contenders in 2012. behold, america, we have a contender. this exists. this exists! and what's going on in this picture? i don't know and neither do you. the caption, unhelpfully explains, republican candidate house speaker newt gingrich pinches the nose of bonnie ellison of south carolina while shaking hands with supporters. yes, clearly, he's pinching, he's doing that, but why is he grabbing her no
a contender. this exists. what's going on? i don't know and neither do you. the caption says newt gingrich pimpbs the nose of bonnie ellison while shaking hands with supporters. he's pinching -- yes, he's doing that. why is he grabbing her nose? other people were getting their handshaken but she got her nose grabbed. he reached out and grabbed her face. nobody knows which is part of the wonder and perfection of it. we had the foresight to snap up a piece of santorum related real estate. he found himself in a little old lady's living room with an incontinent dog in his lap and how he got up and with a pee stain he kept on campaigning. we decided to seize the opportunity. to help you out so no one takes it and does something rude with it, we have purchased and taken off the market dog pee can't stop santorum.com. it will now live forever as a redirect to our website. we still own that url to this day. we were smart to grab that. we now have video proof that he tells the dog pee can't stop me story on the campaign trail. here he is saturday night. >> she hands me the glass of water and the do
-- [laughter] it is like michael dukakis in an oversized tank hat. >> the idea that newt gingrich is now at the top of the heap. >> you do not want to be the top because they get shot out. >> it is seems like anybody but romney. >> herman cain is a breath of fresh air. [laughter] >> i am not going to reassess him as he reassesses his campaign. >> herman cain is fabulous. >> newt gingrich -- i am going to get serious on you. newt gingrich is an error lobbyist -- uber lobbyist. barney frank talk about michele bachmann. he also called out newt gingrich and said he held him responsible for the demonization of opponents that has contributed to the atmosphere we live in today. i do think he came into the house. he slashed all of the caucasus and civility. we are seeing this. this is a man who a few days ago talked about education reform in the context of firing the janitors in schools and putting the kids to work. a lot of the media called that unconventional. [laughter] let's repeal child labor laws that we fought hard for in this country. bring in dickens to chronicle it. i do think there is
tonight. she's a best-selling author of "the new york times" and the president of newt gingrich production. please join me in recognizing calista gingrich. [applause] so we have with us tonight a very special guest. i know that if i were simply to give the typical dinner circuit introduction, the one where you list every accomplishment of the speaker's biography, i promise you we would be here all night and even newt gingrich would get for himself. [laughter] his list of achievements in politics, his involvement in lifelong learning, his expertise in national security matters, his business interest, his endeavors, the dozens of books he has written, the list goes on and on. allow me to presume that all of us here are well acquainted with the important milestones in the light of newt gingrich. because i would like to focus on the future in some part. what i sincerely hope is that it's place in it as it relates to ideas is heard. let me explain. it is no secret to anyone here that the party of abraham lincoln and ronald reagan took a beating three weeks ago. republicrepublic ans lost the bat
ceiling, not important, at least according to newt gingrich. at least they are not to him. details on why newt says it is time for washington to take a good look in the mirror. >>> 2013 is proving to be moore expensive for many americans. we will show you the top ten items that will cost you more this year. just use your maxperks card and get a case of x-9 paper for only 1-cent after maxperks rewards. find thousands of big deals now... ...at officemax. excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just click away with our free mobile app. [ male announcer ] when diarrhea hits, kaopectate stops it fast. powerful liquid relief speeds to the source. fast! [ male announcer ] stop the uh-oh fast with kaopectate. >>> let's talk
, it was interesting to me when newt gingrich who did close government in the '90s, newt gingrich predicted that the republicans were in on this. watch this. >> everybody's now talking here comes the debt ceiling. i think that's frankly a dead loser. because in the end you know it's going to happen. the whole financial system is going to say this will be a gigantic problem. you can't be responsible. and they'll cave. >> when you have newt gingrich saying they'll cave. and newt gingrich did this, i mean, you really have to question how the republicans even took this long to start equivocating on what they're going to do. >> i think everything that you've played so far and joan's comments are convincing that the leadership is wavering. and when politicians begin to waver, that usually means they're not holding as firm as they suggest. but i will say this. there's not one monolithic republican out there. there's really two. there's the leadership that's been shown when pushed against the wall particularly by some of their financial sponsors, if you will, to compromise. and then there's this ba
gingrich. he called on house republicans to stop playing politics with the economy. newt gingrich. >> they have got to find in the house a totally new strategy. the whole national financial system is going to come into washington by television and say oh, my god this will be a giant heart attack, you guys can't be responsible and they will cave. >> jennifer: newt gingrich the voice of reason. for more i'm joined from washington by representative eleanor holmes norton from the district of columbia. thank you for joining me again inside "the war room." >> always a pleasure. >> jennifer: is newt gingrich right? will the republicans lose power if they keep playing politics on these major economic issues? >> well they certainly did in november -- so i don't know how -- how -- i don't know how many signals they -- they need. many of the republicans in the house are depending upon the fact that they got gerrymandered into these tight republican districts, so they think there's no price to pay. they have learned, though, that the senate is willing to operate even when t
election year when the strange candidacy of newt gingrich got even weirder than usual. i mean toward the end, it got even logistically weird when mr. gingrich started scheduling his press availabilities at the zoo. mr. gingrich famously likes exotic animals, and he specifically likes exotic animals at zoos. at one point he started inviting the press to come along to talk to him about campaign-related issues. but price of admission for the press was that they had to go to the zoo with newt gingrich in order to hear what he had to say. whether you find that endearingly eccentric or creepily eccentric, that form of eccentricity is a recurring theme in american politics. president lyndon johnson famously used to do interviews from the bathroom. he would be sitting in the bathroom, using the bathroom, speaking to reporters about important things, but if reporters wanted to record their thoughts of those important things. that would have to take themselves within earshot of his toilet time. that's even weirder than taking people to the zoo. but my nomination for 2012's most awkward setting
'll hear more on that from newt gingrich. tennessee republican representative, marsha blackburn. for analysis, being bring there david ignatius of the "washington post." david sanger of the "new york times," and from campaign 2012, obama adviser stephanie cutter, and romney adviser kevin madden. back to face off one more time because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again. california's democratic senator dianne feinstein is joining us in the studio this morning. senator, you introduced this legislation friday to ban assault weapons, reinstate the ban. you got this passed once before. it was uphill all the way. you can see this time it's going to be uphill, but why do you think you can get it passed? >> well, i think i can get it passed because the american people are very much for it. there's a new poll out, 50,000 people in the field, 68% supportive of a ban on assault weapons. i think what happens is you have one group-- namely, the national rifle associatio
was in a mission to annihilate all the ads. just bomb the hell out of the city. newt gingrich was the biggest threat. they destroyed him. here's a romney-supporting ad destroying newt. >> know what makes barack obama happy? newt gingrich's backage. $1.6 million. gingrich not only teamed up with nancy pelosi on global warming, but together, they co-sponsored a bill that gave $60 million a year to china's brutal one-child policy. >> i don't think they work in presidential elections in october. but those ads out there -- tell me? >> primaries, they are deadly. particularly in republican primaries. that is particular for newt gingrich was devastating. it hit -- it was the kitchen sink. it threw it all in there. >> what did it say in there that you didn't like? >> it said he's an insider, he's a washington pal. and, look, he even pals around with nancy pelosi. didn't we just fire her? >> didn't you see those loving looks? >> you know, real quick on that. the interesting thing, if i were to pivot off of that caption of him and nancy together because that's what the people are looking for. that part
speaker newt gingrich joins us with his take. >> and assault weapons and ten round limit to magazines. >> clearing up the misconception of weapons, and arming teachers to keep our children safe. >> and after her uncle gave the famous speech, martin luther king's niece says america needs to wake up before a nightmare. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> mike: thank you, thank you very much. a great studio audience and thank you for joining us, welcome to huckabee, live from the fox news studios in new york city. although he was actually sworn in today in a private ceremony, tomorrow is the day for the public swearing in for president obama to begin his second term. now, if the walkup to the festivities are any indication i've got no reason to believe he's going to seek to build bridges, work for consensus or abandon the flaming rhetoric calling those who oppose him irresponsible and unpatriotic. after the horrific mass murder of children and faculty at sandy hook elementary in connecticut there were many pledges of thoughtful and thorough efforts to prevent such atrocit
the last four years. former house speaker newt gingrich joins us with his take. >> and assault weapons and ten round limit to magazines. >> clearing up the misconception of weapons, and arming teachers to keep our children safe. >> and after her uncle gave the famous speech, martin luther king's niece says america needs to wake up before a nightmare. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> mike: thank you, thank you very much. a great studio audience and thank you for joining us, welcome to huckabee, live from the fox news studios in new york city. although he was actually sworn in today in a private ceremony, tomorrow is the day for the public swearing in for president obama to begin his second term. now, if the walkup to the festivities are any indication i've got no reason to believe he's going to seek to build bridges, work for consensus or abandon the flaming rhetoric calling those who oppose him irresponsible and unpatriotic. after the horrific mass murder of children and faculty at sandy hook elementary in connecticut there were many pledges of thoughtful and thoroug
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to annihilate in the ads. just bomb the hell out of this city. newt gingrich was the biggest threat. let's watch. here's a romney supporting ad destroying newt. >> you know what makes barack obama happy? newt gingrich's baggage. he has more baggage than the airlines. freddie machelped cause the economic demise. $1.6 million. gingrich not only teamed up with nancy pelosi on global warming, but, together, they co-sponsored a bill that gave $60 million a year that supported a u.n. program for china. >> there's been a lot of discussion in my head about whether they actually work a general election. people have made up their mind. no ad is going to change their mind. but those ads out there -- >> primaries, they are deadly. and particularly in republican primaries, in that ad in particular, for newt gingrich, was devastating. because it hit -- it was the kitchen sink. it threw it all in there. >> what did it say about him? that you didn't like? >> it said he's an insider. he's a -- >> washington pal. >> yes, he even pals around with nancy pelosi. >> didn't you see those loving looks that they managed
. we talked about the fiscal cliff and the strategizing that newt gingrich did this morning on "meet the press." he said the process has become a complete diversion from what's really important. >> we're now going to spend 60 days or 90 days totally fixated on the media in the next big crisis. and the crisis will go down to the white house, and it will be secret meetings, and we'll produce 2,400 pages that no one will have read. >> he called it a distraction. newt gingrich criticizing the process. no one really seems happy with what happened or how it happened. is this how things are going to get done in washington these days, governing by crisis? let's start with you, ana. >> well, i agree with that part that he just said, this is absolutely not healthy governing. but, you know -- and i love newt gingrich, let me say that, he was in miami over the holidays, so he was having a little diversion himself. but i -- i suspect that when he was speaker he didn't like criticism of the type he's giving right now. he's a great ideas guy. not all of them are great ideas. some of his criticisms
it was last year. >> one thing we saw was the power of the republican debates. there was newt gingrich, who in a question could swing the whole thing in his favor. >> and a question about open marriage, nonetheless. >> right, and so chris christie, you would have to bet on, out of all the potential field we know about right now is the guy who is more likely to come out with that punch, that swing, in a debate that really does excite an audience. >> and i've always said that is the key to chris christie in the off-the-cuff, he is better than reading from text. i never thought with the republican base that he has a problem with immigration. because if it comes up in a debate, if he is running for national office and it comes up, he has a way of reframing it and resetting it. people say i like him, i want to be with him, he has given me something to work with. now i will rationalize why it works, he has that personality that makes a lot of republicans want to be with him and rationalize back wards to get with him. into his camp. that is a skill that i don't see any other national republican ri
think that leaders worked their way up the system. newt gingrich as an example. over a decade, building the party committing candidates elected committed not just come in one day -- lou: he was the savior and he blew the party up in '96. he is probably the worst example in my opinion that you could possibly use. [talking over each other] >> i don't think. sometimes great leaders want to do great things in that they are going to have to fall on this order somebody would go after them. they're not meant to be in power for a long time. lou: he did his thing. that's great. [talking over each other] lou: you get the last word. with we canonize newt gingrich. >> let me leave you with this thought. the key to life for anybody, but especially if you're in politics is in the worst battles to fight and where your strengths and weaknesses are. newt gingrich is a great thinker. legislatively that is an open question. there is no be doing any kind of strategic thinking for the republican party. short-term, medium-term, long term permanent is to be fixed. the need to be focused on economic policies.
in the al gore days when it was a popular bipartisan thing. you had newt gingrich and nancy pelosi standing together talking about global warming. what the heck has changed? first of all, that picture is just so -- creepy. >> but look at that togetherness. >> we did have that. john mccain, mitt romney, marco rubio, newt gingrich, all you know talking about climate change saying we need to address it. what change? two things. first of all, the great recession. when people are concerned about the economy, issues that are important like climate change fall down the scale. the second, the rise of the tea party. are you willing to work with the other side? newt gingrich took a lot of heat for that ad with nancy pelosi during the campaign. those two factors drive this issue down, but something like hurricane sandy, that could be a wake-up call. >> and hurricane sandy cost a lot of money. now, it's tough with all the pork that went in the bills, but we got a $50 billion appropriation that just came to affected states. that cost a lot of money. so might it not, even if we're not really sure what a
, the republican deception on the debt ceiling continues, even though newt gingrich is telling his party to stop. >>> but first, today the associated press released the final vote totals from november's election. president obama officially ended up with 51% of the vote? that's right. mitt romney's total is, you won't believe it, 47%. not only is the final romney percentage ironic, it's actually hilarious. but president obama's total makes him the first president since dwight d. eisenhower to win 51% of the vote twice. today in a joint session of congress, joe biden and president obama officially won the count in the electoral college system. and as we go to a break, let's listen to the vice president announce the big win, accompanied with a little arena rock to biden things up a bit. >> barack obama, the state of illinois has received for president of the united states 332 votes. mitt romney the state of massachusetts has received 206 votes. joseph biden of the state of delaware has received for vice president of the united states 332 votes. paul ryan in the state of wisconsin received 206 votes
fighting words, very interestingly enough, newt gingrich is coming out and he said that i didn't think it was a very liberal reference to this address, i didn't think it was very liberal. there were one or two sentences obviously conservatives would object to but 95% of this speech i thought was classically american, emphasizing hard work, emphasizing self-reliance, emphasizing doing things together. i thought it was a good speech. so where did newt gingrich get the obama kool-aid over the inaugural weekend? because this does not sound like the same newt gingrich we have been hearing all through the primary and through the general. >> well, i quit a long time ago trying to predict or explain newt gingrich. let me just say broadly, i think that it was a soaring rhetorical speech but i think generally the partisan lines just got deeper, and i think that, you know, both president obama and president bush came to washington with the notion that they were going to change the culture of washington and for some similar and some different reasons, they both came to a conclusion they can't. i t
. >> newt gingrich on the second amendment and obama's bill. and gun germ girls live from t shooting range. why they want their ar-15s. and my interview with the uncle of a new mexico boy charged with killing four members of his family. >> do you believe him? manti te'o speaks. i'll ask john elway what he thinks about it and the big game in new orleans. this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. you're looking live at capitol hill tonight. now ground zero in the growing battle over guns. saying enough is enough, senator dianne feinstein introduced a tough new bill to ban 150 firearms including assault weapons and semiautomatic weapons, and also magazines that hold more than ten rounds of ammunition. >> columbine, virginia tech, aurora, tucson, oak creek. the common thread in these shootings is each gunman used a semiautomatic assault weapon or large capacity ammunition magazines. >> the nra is of course fighting back, saying in a statement senator feinstein has been trying to ban guns from law abiding citizens for decades. they know gun bans don't work and we are confident congress
. newt gingrich wins. >> we will suspend our campaign effective today. we are not done fighting. >> mitt romney is the winner in texas. >> mitt romney has 30 more delegates than he needs to win the republican nomination. >> my running mate and the next vice president of the united states, paul ryan. >> mitt romney took his running mate for a test driver in nascar country. >> all i am asking is we go back to the rates under bill clinton, for folks like me. >> i am not going to shut up. it is my turn. >> i accept your nomination for president of the united states. >> you must vote and you must reelect president barack obama. >> thank you. we draw strength from our victories and we learn from our mistakes. >> the pressure was on mitt romney, who needed a turnaround. >> virtually everything he said about my tax plan is inaccurate. >> it is math. it is arithmetic. >> fighting for obamacare instead of jobs. >> barack obama kept his eyes and his energy low. >> i have a question, and the question was, how much will you -- you'll get your chance in a moment. i am still speaking. >> here is what m
cross-section of politicians and scholars, including former house speaker newt gingrich, and talk show host, tavis smiley. dr. west is coming to us from washington, d.c. welcome to the show! >> thank you so much my dear sister jennifer. how are you doing? >> jennifer: i'm doing great. because we just had a wonderful segment on how the president is being strong on guns. i would like to get quickly your thoughts on president obama's gun proposals announced today. >> no i think it's a marvellous thing. i think it could be an historic break through. i think this is something that we have all got to get behind. but the sick culture of violence that we have has a long history. how we won the west was violence. drones dropping bombs on innocent people in pakistan is still violent. canada has roughly the same population as california. more californians kill each other with knives than canadians kill themselves with anything. so it's much deeper than just guns. we're talking about a culture and history, and that's why martin luther king's legacy is so important. >> jennifer: wel
voices. you can get conservatives like brother newt gingrich, or robert george deeply concerned about poverty, barack obama has a progressive caucus that is very concerned about this issue, but you have to create a mushroom like phenomenon and saying it is a national disgrace that 20% of our children live in the richest nation in the world and still have to get up hungry living in poverty, and nearly 35% for children of color in the united states. er that morally obscene. >> jennifer: your goal is to reduce poverty by half in ten years, and eliminate poverty in this country by 30 years. those are tall orders. what do you think would have the biggest impact if in fact congress listened to you? >> i think the major anti-poverty program would be jobs with a living age connected to quality education and decent housing. but it starts with poor and working poor people. think for example a wonderful piece in rolling stone, $34 billion for the top 18 banks in the last four years. $34 billion for the top 18 banks. we can take a slice of that and have tremendous impact in
is a very long time ago. >> and i was on the panel. >> of very young and newt gingrich, among others. [laughter] a very thin and newt gingrich, too, but that is a different story. this is a book about the reality that in 43 years the two of us have been immersed in politics of washington from one in the pennsylvania avenue to the other we have never seen it this dysfunctional. it is at a critical mass, and we felt we had to speak out about how the problem is, as the book says, even worse than it looks. we have to talk about who is at fault and what we can do to get out of it. half the book is about how we can get out of this mess. the argument basically is 2-fold. one, we have now polarized political parties. internally homogeneous very much at loggerhead, much like parliamentary parties, vehemently oppositional, but they have to work in a constitutional system that is based on separation of powers and checks and balances. the mismatch between our parties and our governing institutions is problem number one. problem number two which is the toughest thing for us to say and for many pe
jeff sessions says that jack lew is the wrong one for the job and that without newt gingrich refusing to allow more government spending, the budget achiement would never have happened. jeff sessions accuses jack lew of lying to congress and testify about the president's policy and plan. >> he has consistently and deliberately misrepresented the facts of the president's plan as the budget director. >> in his book, bob woodward asserts that jack lew had a key role in putting together the sequester plan. it will soon unleash across-the-board domestic defense cuts if congress doesn't agree to a plan to cut spending. president obama has denied that the idea originated from him, pinning it on congress. here is what jay carney said, suggesting that the idea came from the white house. nancy pelosi called him a public service of dignity and community to spur economic growth. harry reid said that jack lew is an outstanding choice and joined the president's choice for a prompt confirmation. >> should we confirm someone that is very important office who deliberately misrepresented the facts in th
. >> guest: and i was on the panel. [laughter] >> guest: with a very young newt gingrich among others. [laughter] a very thin newt gingrich, too, but that's a different story. this is a book really about the reality that in 43 years that the two of us have been immersed in the politics of washington from one end of pennsylvania avenue to the other, we have never seen it this dysfunctional. the disfunction is at a critical mass, and we felt we had to speak out about how the problem is, as the book says, even worse than it looks. it never looks good. and we have to talk about who's at fault and what we can do to get out of it. half the book is about how we can get out of this mess. >> guest: the argument, basically, is twofold. one, we have now polarized political parties internally, homogeneous, very much at loggerheads much like parliamentary parties, ve innocently oppositional. but they have to work in a constitutional system that's based on separation of powers and checks and balances. the mismatch between our parties and our governing institutions is problem number one. problem num
for president. his welfare legislation reflected that. his success in working with newt gingrich and republicans and formulating debt and debt reduction legislation that led to a budget surplus is the cornerstone for success of working with the opposing party to fulfill a president's legislative agenda. clinton insightfully appointed erskine bowles to represent him in negotiations with congress. bowls, great talents of such bargaining, was important in reaching the president's legislative agenda. but this is followed by the same house of representatives voting to impeach bill clinton. obviously an extreme example of the age-old conflict between congress and the executive branch of government. and yet, bill clinton is listed among only seven reelected presidents who were successful. there are lessons to be learned from the clinton second term that might offer guidance to obama, were he reelected. some of the presidency face hostilities from congress filled with majority of their own party, included washington, jefferson, monroe, grant, theodore roosevelt, johnson and bush. andrew jackson was cens
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